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COVID19: Cyprus cases dip, more hospital patients

Health authorities announced eight new cases of Covid-19 on Friday, as patients at Famagusta General, the country’s COVID-19 hospital, reached its highest number for months with 14 patients. Cyprus kept its cases in single digits for a second day running, after a spike in cases that peaked at 36 on Wednesday. Of Friday’s cases, three

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Covid-19 In Cyprus - Last 24h

Cyprus Cyprus
+9 New Confirmed
1663 Total Confirmed
0 New Deaths
22 Total Deaths
0 New Recovered
1369 Total Recovered

Covid-19 Worldwide - Last 24h

total
+361339 New Confirmed
32135733 Total Confirmed
+6703 New Deaths
981743 Total Deaths
+261205 New Recovered
22147853 Total Recovered

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